If you’ve experienced a bereavement, or if you are facing your own mortality, you might be wondering how to have a funeral that respects a non-religious perspective and still feels meaningful and comforting.
At a Humanist funeral, the focus is on paying tribute to the person who has died – celebrating their uniqueness and what was special them, remembering the people, places and events that were significant in their life. Each life is unique; every person a story to tell.
A funeral is an important part of the natural grieving process. It is a rite of passage – a ritual that is gives friends and family the chance to come together to remember and, if appropriate, to celebrate their life.